Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topic: Boatbuilding Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=CDBP6Q4D9NkC&oe=UTF-8
Moderators at the Wooden Boat Heritage 2016 conference in St. John's report about the ideas that excited participants most about the future of wooden boats in Newfoundland and Labrador. Topics: wooden boats, boatbuilding, heritage, history
In this edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) Update for September 2012, we present two workshops about safeguarding ICH, in Trinity and Norris Point; Lisa Wilson discusses the restoration of a historic graveyard in Placentia Bay; Crystal Braye presents on a young man keeping the boat building tradition of Newfoundland alive; an invite to tea and a talk on baskets at The Rooms; and, a job posting for a heritage outreach officer with the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and... Topics: boats, baskets, newfoundland, graveyard, restoration, cemeteries, boatbuilding
In the late 1970s American folklorist, David Taylor, conducted a series of interviews in the Trinity Bay area while researching his Memorial University folklore thesis, "Boatbuilding in Winterton: The Design, Construction and Use of Inshore Fishing Boats in a Newfoundland Community". In this podcast, we present short clips of two of those interviews. The first, dating from March 22, 1979 is part of Dr. Taylor's interview with Mr. Lionel Pearcey, who was born December 8, 1918, in... Topics: boatbuilding, newfoundland, tradition, intangible cultural heritage, podcast, david taylor
In this month's ICH update: the creation of Dance NL, to safeguard dance traditions and contemporary dance in Newfoundland and Labrador; and our ICH intern Jed Baker goes to the Wooden Boat Conference and reports back. Topics: Newfoundland, intangible cultural heritage, boatbuilding, dance, dancing, boats, boat building
In this short interview, boatbuilder Jerome Canning describes the use and construction of a traditional Newfoundland sculling oar as part of a demonstration at the Canadian Museums Association conference, at the Sheraton Hotel Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, on May 13, 2010. Interview conducted by Intangible Cultural Heritage Development Officer Dale Jarvis. Topics: boatbuilding, oars, oar, sculling, oral history, boat, rodney, spokeshave
Replicas of Columbus ships, the Nina and the Pinta, built in Brazil using old world methods stopped in South Portland on their journey of teaching around the world. Interviews with the Captains and Crews demonstrate how small the ships were and the hardships the crews must have endured Topics: interview, travel, education, oral history, maritime history, Columbus, Nina, Pinta, South...
THE TRAPPING BOATS OF LAKE CHAMPLAIN Frog Hollow Vermont State Craft Center A talk by master boatbuilder, historian and writer Douglas Brooks who's research was featured in the Frog Hollow, March 2015, exhibit titled Trapping Boats of Lake Champlain. The exhibit and talk are the culmination of several years of research into the craft of boatbuilding by Lake Champlain trappers from the 1940's through the 1980's. Douglas talks about his research with Hannaford Career Center and Middlebury College... Topics: Vermont, Burlington, Regional Educational Television Network, RETN, Educational Access TV,...